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Young Sinfonia in Concert, Karin Hendrickson, Conductor

  • St James’ & St Basil’s Church Ravenside Road Newcastle upon Tyne, England, NE4 United Kingdom (map)

Karin Hendrickson conductor
Madeleine Clarke and Alexander Adamson soloists
Royal Northern Sinfonia Young Sinfonia

RAMEAU  Nad’s: Overture, Rigaudon, Musette
MOZART Piano Concerto in D minor K.466 – Movements 1 & 3
GOLDBERG Post Humour* [*Young Sinfonia Composition Competition Winner]
BEETHOVEN Symphony No 7 – Mvt. 1

Young Sinfonia is the prestigious Sage Gateshead youth orchestra made up of around 40 players conducted and trained by visiting artists and members of Royal Northern Sinfonia, bringing together outstanding young string, wind, brass and percussion players from the North of England.

Conducted by Karin Hendrickson, Music Director of the Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra and whose previously symphonic debuts include the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (USA), Nashville Symphony Orchestra (USA), Kammersymphonie Graz (Austria), Sao Paulo Symphony (Brazil), and Ensemble Eroica (London), this concert will see Young Sinfonia showcase the first movement of Beethoven’s ever-popular Symphony No 7 as well as Rameau’s Naďs. 

Highlights of the performance will include a jointly performed Mozart’s Piano Concerto in D Minor 1st and 3rd movements with Madeleine Clarke and Alexander Adamson, as well as an original piece composed by Young Sinfonia member David Goldberg ‘Post Humour’.